byHobson J. A. (John Atkinson), 1858-1940; Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
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Book from Project Gutenberg: The Evolution of Modern Capitalism A Study of Machine Production Library of Congress Classification: HD Topics: Capitalism, Industries -- History, Machinery in the workplace Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/28284
Mining: coal, iron, lead and silver, tin.--Quarrying: stone, marble, alabaster, chalk.--Metal-working.--Pottery: tiles, bricks.--Cloth making.--Leather working.--Brewing: ale, beer, cider.--The control of industry.--Index Topics: Mineral industries -- England History, England -- Industries History, England -- Economic conditions
Description: Dedication of California Historical Landmark No. 836 plaque commemorating the “Birthplace of Electronics” at the corner of Emerson Street and Channing Avenue, Palo Alto, 20 June 1970, where Lee de Forest developed the first vacuum tube amplifier and oscillator while working for Federal Telegraph Company. Recorded by Noel Porter for the Historical Committee of the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers. Part 1: First part of the dedication ceremony held at Old City... Topics: californialightandsound, Vacuum-tubes--History, Electronic industries--History, Palo Alto (Calif.) Source: 3 Tapes of 3: 1/4 inch audio tape
Preface.--Introduction.--The growth of manufacture.--The industrial congestion.--France. Improvements in machinery.--Merchants and workmen.--The return to the land.--State aid.--Village life. The public health.--Artisans and peasants.--The present condition of agriculture.--The colonies. Agrarian socialism Topics: Labor -- France, Agricultural colonies -- France, Industries -- History, Socialism, Working class...